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Feb 09

Posts: 9

KIDA says:


Any advice would be appreciated please.

I've recently bought a GSXR 750 L1 :biggrin: and insured it fully comp for a reasonable price. 

I stated that I had two years NCB however after talking to freinds have been told that NCB only last's for 2 years, on checking my NCB it finished in March 2011, therefore 2 years and 1 month old. 

I'm now worried that I wont be able to use those two years NCB and my insurance will increase massively.

I wasn't aware of the two year rule and am sure the insurance provider did not mention that when confirming my quote.

Should I let them know or just send my proof of NCB and hope for the best??

Many thanks

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Aug 12

Posts: 267

zanderh says:

Depends on the company

Some companies accept NCB up to 3 years old; others five (though I think that's more in the realm of cars). If there were no explicit cut offs when you were signing up, then - if asked for proof - send it off and see what happens.

In the meantime if you're really worried, scour their website for clues on the maximum NCB they'll accept (or phone them up pretending to be another customer and enquire).

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